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As the UK faces prospect of double-dip recession, FastFutures is set to help more young people into employment

Online skills and mentoring programme aimed to prevent ‘lost generation’ backed by the leading UK business, a former Chancellor of the Exchequer, the NHS, the COVID-19 Economic Recovery Commission, and industry bodies, including the CBI and Tech UK  

Is COVID-19 costing young professionals their at-work education?

An independent poll shows that businesses favour those aged 30 and over for learning development while people between the ages of 16-29 are more likely to fund their own learning during lockdown  An independent poll released today reveals an uplift in the nation’s interest for learning and education, with 32% of learners participating in free upskilling activities and 37% paying for their own learning. A further 31% of the public who had undertaken training since March 2020 had it paid for by their employers.

How apprenticeships can remedy the UK’s A-level obsession

#FEReform - If A-level results day has taught us anything this year, it’s that education and fairness matter to young people. Of course, nobody wants to feel that they’ve been judged unfairly, but it strikes me that our undue focus on A-levels and university over other forms of education may have worsened the situation.

Digital learning courses unveiled by Avado in partnership with Google

Digital learning courses unveiled by @AVADOlearning in partnership with @Google  Avado, the professional academy, in partnership with Google, today launched a range of digital learning labs and new iterations of award-winning Squared Online qualification, also developed with Google. As part of the development of Avado’s Marketing Academy, the new digital learning labs and mini-labs have been designed to accelerate marketing and digital knowledge while reflecting shifting behaviours in markets. The programmes are available for a remote learning environment and ideal for understanding forever-changed consumer behaviours. 

If online learning wasn’t a strategic imperative before Coronavirus, it has become one more or less overnight

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